Program Overview

Triathlon provides an excellent opportunity for athletes to develop grit and have fun with their friends.  It is a fantastic way for swimmers or runners to break the monotony of single sport specialization, while deepening their endurance and confidence through cross-training.  We have a 100% success rate of athletes training with Impact Multisport returning to their primary sport in stronger mentally, physically and , more motivated and ready to take on the next season of their sport. 

 Age Group Youth 7 to 12

Age Group Youth 7 to 12

Elementary

1st to 5th Grade

This program is available May through August.  Athletes meet weekly for bike skill sessions. Cycling games, running games. transition work are the focus of each practice.  Athletes are encouraged to swim with a summer swim program.  

The goal of this program is to plant seeds for the love of triathlon in their hearts.  Young kids will try a variety of sports as they grow. We want to teach the athletes and parents about triathlon in a fun, safe and positive environment.  The focus is on friends, fun and learning to overcome challenges!

Participation in triathlon is not required. Non swimmers may prefer to participate in Du-athlon or run/bike/run events.

 
 Middle and High School

Middle and High School

Middle School

6th to 9th Grade

There are practice groups in New Albany and in Granville.  Athletes are permitted to join either program, regardless of where they live.  This is a "low key" casual approach to triathlon with friends and fun.  It is perfect for kids whose primary goal is to have fun with their friends.

Athletes may run during the summer with their XC team and/or swim with another swim program.  In addition, we offer additional swim and run training programs for those who are not training with another group

Participation in triathlon is not required. Non swimmers may prefer to participate in Du-athlon or run/bike/run events.

 
 High School

High School

High School

9th Grade to Graduating Seniors

There are practice groups in New Albany and in Granville.  Athletes are permitted to join either program, regardless of where they live.  This is a "low key" casual approach to triathlon with friends and fun.  

On-line training is also available for athletes whose primary goal is to have fun with their friends and try something new. They can continue their primary training or jump in on team practices as they are able.  These athletes who are self motivated and have pool access.  All athletes that are currently training with outside swim/run programs are encouraged to continue.

Participation in triathlon is not required. Non swimmers may prefer to participate in Du-athlon or run/bike/run events.